Rentalcars Connect Partners with SunExpress

Photo courtesy of Rentalcars.com.
Photo courtesy of Rentalcars.com.

Rentalcars Connect, a division of Rentalcars.com, has partnered with SunExpress, an airline that’s a joint venture between Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines.

This new partnership expands on the offering that SunExpress has been providing to its customers. With Rentalcars Connect, SunExpress passengers will now have a range of car rental choices in their preferred language, according to the company.

Rentalcars Connect provides airlines, online travel agencies, and travel websites access to the company's car rental inventory at more than 39,000 locations in 180 countries. SunExpress flies to more than 110 destinations in Turkey, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, and Egypt.

"We've been keen to present this type of solution to our passengers, which is customer-friendly and reliable,” said Ahmet Gunduz, e-commerce and ancillary specialist at SunExpress. “Implementation was quick, smooth, and without difficulty, and we've already noticed an increase in conversion and client satisfaction. We are confident that this partnership will continue to be a success. Especially with a view to our new reservation and ticketing system."

"We are happy to be partnering with SunExpress and pleased that we can provide their passengers with a user-friendly platform that offers the right car, at the right time, and for the right price,” said Arnaud Delbary, regional director of Rentalcars Connect. “Our strength is best customer service, as well as increased conversion rates, and we aim to make also a substantial contribution to the continuous growth that SunExpress has been experiencing."

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  1. JORDI RIVERO [ June 25, 2016 @ 11:09AM ]

    Good job Rentalcars!

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